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Liber S. Thome De Aberbrothoc; Registrorum Abbacie De Aberbrothoc. (Edited by Cosmo Innes and Patrick Chalmers)



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Author: Arbroath Abbey Scot; Innes, Cosmo Nelson, 1798-1874, Ed
Volume: 2
Subject: Scotland -- History Sources
Publisher: Edinburgi (Bannatyne Club) 1848-1856
Possible copyright status: NOT_IN_COPYRIGHT
Language: Latin
Call number: CaOGU00684381
Digitizing sponsor: University of Guelph
Book contributor: University of Guelph
Collection: guelphscottishstudies; university_of_guelph; toronto
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Contents.- V.1. Registrum Vetus Munimentaque Eidem Coetanea Complectens, 1178-1329.- V.2. Registrum Nigrum Necnon Libros Cartarum


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